Rep. McClintock: If We Prosecuted BLM and Antifa Rioters with the Same Determination, This Incident May Not Have Happened

‘Short of declaring war, the power of impeachment is the most solemn and consequential act that Congress can take’

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MCCLINTOCK: “And if we prosecuted BLM and Antifa rioters across the country with the same determination these last six months, this incident may not have happened at all. Now, short of declaring war, the power of impeachment is the most solemn and consequential act that Congress can take. To use it in this manner, in the heat of the moment, with no hearings, no due process, many members phoning in their votes after a hastily called debate, exactly one week before a new president is to take office, trivializes this power to the point of caricature.”

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